Public Health and COVID-19

COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS

As we cautiously return to full operations we continue to engage with state and local officials and our community partners in developing and implementing strategies for returning to indoor in-person programming this season.  Your health, along with the health of our staff and artists, are our primary concerns at this time.

To best ensure the health and safety of our staff, artists, and community, we have engaged a medical advisor and full-time certified COVID-19 Compliance Officer.  Additionally, all senior staff members have received COVID-19 compliance training, and all staff members are fully vaccinated.  All staff and artists undergo daily health screenings, and thrice-weekly testing.  We have increased cleaning and sanitization of our facilities.  All rehearsals and performances are conducted under the guidelines of the Actors’ Equity Association, which include strict requirements for masking, physical distancing, and sanitization.


-Face masks that cover both the mouth and nose are required inside the building.
-Proof of vaccination is required to attend any event.
-Please practice social distancing.
-Hand sanitizing stations are provided throughout our venues.
-If you are not feeling well or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 as defined by the CDC, have been exposed to anyone with the virus within the last 14 days, or have been advised to self-quarantine within the last 10 days, please delay your visit to a later time and contact us at 508-349-9428 to discuss rescheduling options.
-To enable contact tracing, should that be necessary, all ticket holders will be required to provide their contact information at the time of purchase.
-We strongly encourage patrons to purchase tickets in advance of their performance, and to opt for the e-ticket or print-at-home option at the time of purchase.

 

Please note: as the conditions of the global health pandemic are ever-evolving, these guidelines are subject to change and will be updated accordingly.